Monthly Archives: December 2011

No Joke: A Robot That Controls Your Limbs, Instead Of Vice Versa [Video]

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MorpHex robot rolls into a ball, has six legs for roaming around [video]

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Artificial intestine to treat youths’ bowel disorder

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Aldebaran Robotics launches a new generation of its humanoid robot: NAO Next Gen [video]

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Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio supports .NET 4, Kinect SDK 2

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Top milestone events of 2011: #6 World’s first synthetic organ transplant with stem cells

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Potential gene therapy technique uses artificial chromosomes

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Brain-computer interface plays music based on person’s mood

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Kidney please! 3D printed prosthetics [with video]

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Stanford joins BrainGate team developing brain-computer interface to aid people with paralysis

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